COVID-19 and halloween

World Health Organization (WHO) published this video item, entitled “COVID-19 and halloween” – below is their description.

If the virus is haunting your community, please try to trick or treat with your little ones inside your homes. If local rules allow spooky celebrations in your neighborhood, here is how to do it safely with WHO expert Dr Maria Van Kerkove.

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